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CNN
Mar 6, 2011 1:00pm EST
. >> and this time united states was on top. europe had fallen behind. and japan was trying to cap up. and the squall country on the equator, singapore, was just behind. america was in chernbetween. and china and india down here with low life expectancy and with low incomes. but they gained their independence. look what happened after 1954. here u.s. continue to lead back europe closing in, europe closing in. japan make this amazing catchup with singapore. and here china and india got education, small families and health before they start this amazing economic growth where they cash in together with more and more emerging economies and they keep up the speed through the last economic crisis. and here we are today, 2010. and what is most interesting here is if you look at the replay you see this very clear first how the rest is following and catching up. and how will this continue? let's make a projection into the future by going backwards first. this is china 1980. they had very low income over there. and u.s. was all over here in the other end. we never thought this would happen, that china in 30 ye
CNN
Mar 6, 2011 5:00pm EST
behind and in japan, was trying to catch up here and interesting, a small country on the equator, singapore, was just behind. latin america was in between and china and india were still down here with low life expectancy and with low incomes but they have gained their independence and look what happened after 1954. here. u.s. continue the need back, europe is closing in europe is closing in, and japan there, they make this amazing catch up together with singapore and other tiger economy air. and here, china and india got educations, more families and health before they start this amazing economic growth, where they catch in together with more and more emerging economies and they keep up the speed through the last economic crisis and here we are today, 2010. and what is most interesting here is if you look at the replay, you see this very clear, how the west took off first and then how the rest is following and catching up. and how will this continue? let's make a projection into the future by going backwards first. this is what china was 1980. they had very low income over there,
CSPAN
Mar 6, 2011 10:30am EST
friend and ally japan. i spoke with members of the foreign affairs and ministry of justice regarding the fact that japan has become a destination country, a haven for international child abductions. our foreign service officers and consul general were extremely sympathetic. at least 171 children and 131 broken hearted parents are worried sick and have no access to see their children. all of us want japan to sign the hague convention on international child deduction. that treaty will not solve the current cases. they stand at great risk of being left behind a second time. what is the administration's plan to resolve the current cases? on at least five occasions, president obama has met with them. did he raise the issue of those children and their left behind parents? since 1979, brothers and sisters have been illegal in china as part of the bar. one child per couple policy. for over 30 years, the you and public relations -- the u.n. population fund has supported and celebrated the mass of crimes against humanity. the facts are uncontested. any chinese or to that woman without -- or ti
CNN
Mar 6, 2011 10:00am EST
. europe had fallen behind and japan was trying to catch up here and interestingly a small country, singapore was just behind. latin america was in between and china and india were still down here with low life expectancy and with low-incomes but they had gained their independence and look what happened after 1954. here. u.s. continues to lead but europe is closing in. japan there, they make this amazing catch up together with singapore. here china and india got education more families and health before they start this amazing economic growth where they catch up together with more and more emerging economies and they keep up the speed through the last economic crisis and here we are today. 2010. what is most interesting here is if you look at the replay, you see this very clear how the west took off first and then how the rest is following and catching up. and how will this continue? let's make a projection into the future by going backwards first. this is where china was in 1980. very low-income over there. u.s. was over here at the other end. we never thought this would happen th
CBS
Mar 5, 2011 7:30pm EST
a barrel second, commodity prices are surging, china is raising interest rates, japan is raising interest rates, european central bank is raising interest rates. and the fed may have to raise interest rates. the third thing that's a problem of the economy is, the stimulus is dying out. and if inflation appears fed reserve chairman bernanke will have to end this easing which is hosing 100 billion dollars in cash into the economy every weren't and the possibility of irish defaulting some there are clouds over looks like a recovery. >> very good at finding all those clouds! it was very good news for the economy, with job creation just under 200,000 in the private sector. and if that kind of row bustness can continue, looking at an unemployment rate that may drop a little below 8 by 2012 is very good news for the american and also good for the president's re-election prospects. but i'll find one crowl of my own and that is something else that mr. bernanke said that you didn't include, and that is if the republicans proceed with the kind of cuts that they're talking about, that that could damp
CSPAN
Mar 5, 2011 7:00pm EST
is that potential. they -- their economy, they recently passed japan. back in the early '90s everyone thought japan was going to be the hegemon. but 1995 their economy hit a wall or hit a ceiling. it just, like, flattened out, and it hasn't grown since then. so maybe china's growth curve will flatten out for only season. by the way, their per capita gdp is like 8% of ours. their economy's growing, but they have so many people that they're really not that wealthy when you divide it out. also the question is do they have international aspirations like we do. and there's some indicators that they do and some that they don't. they're really not as active on the world stage as we are. they don't project power the way we do. they do it more kleopferly through agreements and things, and they do have some troops around the world but not that many yet. they also have offensive nuclear capability, and there's some story they're going to start looking into aircraft carriers. they have one they bought from the soviets in a fire sale after the wall came down. i think they turned it into an an amusing park somew
CSPAN
Mar 6, 2011 3:00pm EST
, there definitely is that potential. they recently passed japan. of course, if you go back to the early '90s, people thought japan was going to be the new hegemon. actually, their per cap la gdh was 150% of ours welcome then. but in 1995 their economy hit a wall or hit a ceiling. it just, like, flattens out. so maybe china's growth curve will just gnatten out for some reason -- flatten out for some reason. and and, by the way, their capita gdp is 8% of ours. they have so many people that they're really not spied al qaeda it out. also the question is do they have international aspirations like we do, and there's some indicators that they do and some they don't. they're really not as act air on the world stage as we are. they do it more cleverly through agreements and things, and ask can they do have some troops around the world, but not that many yet. they also have offensive nuclear capability, there's some story that they're going to start looking into aircraft carriers. have one that they bought from the soviets in the fire sale, it's parked somewhere as yoshes with u.n., some kind of display. but
CSPAN
Mar 6, 2011 1:15am EST
with, you know, among other people, japan, france, and other nations was a nation deeply, deeply changing, and by 1912, it was ready for the biggest change of all. milenia of imperial rule was coming to an end, and first ever chinese republic was being born. when that republic was born, these young men were china's founding fathers. the founder was a graduate, and his foreign minister was a graduate. the man who built railroads on the large scale across china was a graduate. the father of the commander of the chinese navy was a graduate and the founder of china's harvard was also a graduate. here's these young men talking in english and saying that's all right, old, boy, it'll be okay. this was the highlight of their lives. they were expecting that sooner or later china will thrive, and they were heart broken. china soon fell into a series of war lordism and after that, japanese invasion, after that, civil war, after that, communism. as these successful men turned old and frail, they watch as everything they worked to achieve was crumbing. here we are many, many decades later wal
SFGTV2
Mar 6, 2011 1:30pm PST
up on salad plates in america, japan, and other asian countries. >> i love growing things, a-and as a way to make a ling, growing food is very, very, very fulfilling. >> endives are really grown and harvested in 2 different types of fields. the first is a traditional one like this one here in turlock, and the second, a more specialized facility in rio vista. this next step involves growing the roots in a huge dark room. >> of course it's completely dark. i mean, you come in here and turn the flashlight off, and it is the definition of darkness. there is no light. because the light would in fact, if you will, contaminate the endive by helping it green up. these roots have been here for approximately 3 1/2 weeks, having come out of cold storage, and you can see that the buds now on top of the chicory roots are growing, and there's a--a lot of growth down at the bottom with the feeder roots that are in about an inch and a half of the fertilizer solution. uh, under the exact same conditions, this still has about a week to go. it's, um, very, very similar in technique, but of cour
SFGTV
Mar 6, 2011 4:00am PST
gigabytes were taken. they were being taken by iproject through apple frameworks from russia, japan, korea, as well as italy. after i dismanteled the site, what was announced by the new york stock exchange was that the nasdaq was hacked into. i believe base on the times i was certified, the certificates by the department defense that it was me. no one heeded my call until i started getting calls from the nasdaq. i am now working with the f.b.i., agent jeff graham. i'm working with two people at the secret service. katherine pierce. i am working with -- i am talking to graham bowles at "the new york times." unfortunately, in this process, when the police come to my place and ask the things i'm doing with regards to unhooking cables and such, they took me for a 5150. president chiu: thank you. actually, everyone gets the same amount of time. but thank you very much. next speaker? >> may i speak in spanish? president chiu: you ca y
CBS
Mar 6, 2011 6:00am PST
takes a look. >> reporter: perhaps more than any nation on earth in japan business cards are serious business. rye sullivan, an american baseed in tokyo. >> when receiving a card you always want to take it by the corner because you would be disrespecting their company by covering their logo. when you're stating your name, you say your company first before your name because in japan the company is more important than the individual. >> reporter: but wherever you work, business cards should mean business. and it's diana ratcliff's mission to make sure they do. >> i have my smart phone version and then my regular version. >> reporter: as we saw at a recent breakfast at the columbia, missouri, chamber of commerce she's not shy about sharing her opinions. >> flimsy card is a flimsy business. that's the kind of subconscious perception you get. >> reporter: business cards have been around for several hundred years. but with advances in printing they've gone high concept. and with so many choices out there, finding the perfect card can be tricky. >> you don't want to design a business card f
CSPAN
Mar 5, 2011 9:15pm EST
people of japan and france and other nations was a nation deeply, deeply changing, and by 1912, it was ready for the biggest change of all. the millennia of imperial rule was coming to an and in the first-ever chinese republic was being borne. when that republic was born, these young men became modern china's founding fathers. the prime minister of that republic was it red with. his foreign minister was a graduate. the man who figured out how to build railroads on a large scale across china was a graduate. the father of the commander of the chinese navy was a graduate and the founder of zhang wang university was also a graduate. and here were all these young men walking around the forbidden city talking to each other in english saying things like that is all right oh boy, it will be okay. this was the highlight of their lives. they were expecting that sooner or later china would survive. and they were heart broken. china soon fell into a series of warlordism and after that japanese invasions and after that civil war. after that, communism. as the successful men turned old and f
CNN
Mar 6, 2011 1:00am EST
with japan. on the back side, snowfall as a result of the cold winds rushing through the relatively warm waters there. and here's the main weather feature across europe. most of europe looking quiet here with this area of high pressure moving in. eastern side of that we'll get cool air. but here's our low. that's one that's been plaguing italy with heavy amounts of rain and also some snow in the higher elevations to the north. that's the low finally kicking off to the east. we'll see weather conditions improving there. next hour, talking about the major severe weather outbreak across the southwestern u.s. >>> also want to let's you know that our cnn u.s. viewers are going back to regular programming. for international viewers a high profile u.s. conservative is criticizing a new academy award winner. and another oscar winner.ds ight? fight back fast with tums. calcium rich tums goes to work in seconds. nothing works faster. ♪ tum ta tum tum tums host: could switching to geico really save you 15% more on notcar insurance?ter. host: does it take two to tango? ♪ ♪ anncr: geico. 15 mi
ABC
Mar 6, 2011 9:00am EST
from? >> same pattern. >> reporter: the plate from japan. >> is there anything on the table made in america? >> it doesn't appear that way. >> reporter: what about the texas hat here? >> let's see. bangladesh. >> reporter: and little ellis. the prized american girl dolls. what does it say? made in -- >> whine that. >> reporter: 9 of 10 products in the '6 ons that americans brought were made in america. we won'tered, could the usrys make it without any foreign products at palm we're going ask you, will you leave us with your house in my hands? it was every room of the house. night stands from indonesia. the lamp, china. this is where it's all going. anything foreign made right in on here. the stove, ripped out. the refrigerator, gone. the piano. that is a heavy piano. and every inch of the trailer filled. with the sun setting, the usrys were about to return to this. and this. and this. the living room, with one lone vase. what do you think? >> wow. >> all of the aprinss are gone. >> reporter: we did leave the kitchen sink because it was made in america. >> everything but the kitch
CSPAN
Mar 6, 2011 1:00pm EST
is the highest with about 38%. i think only japan is higher. it is all put this on an impact. will you comment on that? >> you are correct. our tax rate look soon to be the highest. ia good tax code would have a broad base. this speciallot deductions and extensions. by getting a broad base coming you can lower the rate. that provides greater incentives for firms to locate. do you tax based only on profits earned in the united states are blow for profit? but at what rate to you think we should aim for that would put this in the best position in terms of competition on the global stage? >> i did not have a single number in mind. there are is the number of deductio. we will certainly get it down if we can. >> part of the charges to keep prices stable. on the one hand, we have to pay down the debt. to what is this a faulted the economy? it is still volatil or week. athere is a $1 billion cut we passed around. why is the discrepancy in the figure of around 6005000 to 700? that is a huge difference. who doou believe here? we have a number of questions. we are trying to understand the reasons. >> wou
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